Trump makes a splash with 'Prince of Whales' Twitter gaffe

Trump makes a splash with 'Prince of Whales' Twitter gaffe

US President Donald Trump, who is famous on Twitter for his typos, has found himself in the spotlight yet again after he posted a tweet regarding his recent meeting with the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles.

But in his obvious fury, he misspelled Wales, the country in the United Kingdom, when referring to the title of Prince Charles.

Early in the day, he sent a shout-out to Fox's Pete Hegseth and quoted Fox & Friends talking about low turnout for "anti-Trump rallies" and calling him the "Greatest President since Ronald Reagan", setting up the later spate of tweets.

'We talked about "Everything!" Should I immediately.call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?

But not before lots and lots of people had noticed.

The US President quickly amended his tweet to refer to the royal as the Prince of Wales but not before it was seen around the world. With that being talked about, my beefy answer is in most cases ever played by the Fraudulent Info Media.

Prince Charles, eldest son of Queen Elizabeth, holds the title Prince of Wales, traditionally bestowed on the heir to the British throne.

In the tweet, he accused media reporting the assertion of "spurious records".

His remarks are of hobby in the USA because of ongoing claims of Russian involvement in his election campaign.

Mr Trump met the Prince of Wales last week during his state visit to the United Kingdom - the tweet meanwhile was live on Twitter for about 25 minutes before a correctly spelled version of the post was issued.

'He wants to make sure future generations have climate that is good climate as opposed to a disaster - and I agree, ' he said.

However, rather than ignoring the mistake, the president embraced the spelling error, tweeting six hours later: "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???"

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